Oliver Roe

Oliver Roe

Vice President, Project Development Services

Current Responsibilities:
Oliver Roe serves as a Vice President with JLL’s Project and Development Services group in Louisville, Kentucky. With extensive leadership experience within the construction and commercial real estate industries, Oliver is uniquely skilled at effectively managing complex projects from conception to completion and exceeds each client’s expectations by managing demanding schedules and leading highly-successful project teams. He has consistently led his teams through market growth and differentiation with a record of generating new business opportunities.

Oliver’s role in project management is built around years of experience in managing a wide variety of projects from different market sectors, including; industrial, office, healthcare, educational, industrial and municipal. He is also highly-experienced in civil construction, including self-performing site development and structural concrete. Oliver has also been a part of a planning and zoning commission for 10+ years, which gave him unique insight into the land entitlement and zoning process for construction.

Prior to joining JLL, Oliver worked as a Project Manager for Calhoun Construction Services in Louisville, Kentucky. Before his time at Calhoun, Oliver spent 12 years working for D.E.R. Development Company in Cincinnati, Ohio where he had multiple roles, including Senior Project Manager, Estimator and part Owner. His diversified background helps him understand each angle of the construction and development process, which help allow his clients to view him as a valued and trusted resource.

Education and Affiliations:

Oliver holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Richmond, and in 2019 he received his Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute. Oliver is OSHA 30 hour certified, is a member of Urban Land Institute ( and graduated from Ignite Louisville, a Leadership Louisville leadership development program. Oliver also serves on the board of the Olmsted Parks Conservancy
and the New Business Committee at the Home of the Innocents.